- Appellation: Languedoc Pézenas
- Region: Languedoc
- Country: France
- Colour: Red
- Grape Varieties: Syrah, Mourvèdre, Grenache
- Soil type: Clay, Limestone, Schist
- Vessel type: Wood - Old oak, Stainless Steel
Notes on additives, aids & processing used:
- Total Sulphites: 40 mg/L
- This wine is fermented spontaneously.
- Other Information:Vine / certified organically grown, a one land piece vineyard in the garigue, high density of plantation, short pruning ("en éventail"), permanent green manure sowed, Hand harvest with crates. Wine / Simultaneous maceration of the 3 grape varieties, low extraction, 1/3 ageing in barrels, 2/3 in vats Spirit / Design a fresh southern wine with low sweetness and a sound tannic structure
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“Les Equilibristes” (the “Tightrope Walkers”) aim to shake up winemakers willing to craft different wines.
By freeing them from their habits and practices, they intend to shape together a vibrant and unique wine.
Their set of golden rules are the following: indigenous grape varieties, organic winemaking, tillage, indigenous yeasts, minimal sulphur rates.
10 vintages, 7 winemakers, 18 grape varieties, 5 regions (Anjou, Périgord, Languedoc, Corbières, Banyuls).
The 2 Equilibristes:
– François de Monval: “wine merchant”, cellar and restaurant owner in Paris (La Canonnière), wine enthusiast fed every day by its clients.
– Florent Girou: “travelling oenologist”, winemaker in the Perigord Region, wine-maniac, torn between the preservation of the ancient know how and the constant calling into question of some practices.
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